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An artisan specializing in making fine articles of wooden furniture.

cab′i·net·mak′ing n.


(ˈkæb ə nɪtˌmeɪ kər)

a person who makes fine furniture and other woodwork.
cab′i•net•mak`ing, n.
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Noun1.cabinetmaker - a woodworker who specializes in making furniturecabinetmaker - a woodworker who specializes in making furniture
woodworker, woodman, woodsman - makes things out of wood


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